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Flickr to delete millions of photos as it reduces allowance for free users

Flickr is to delete millions of photos from the internet, as its new owners attempt to sustain the photo-sharing site after its purchase from Yahoo earlier this year. Free users of the site will be limited to storing 1,000 photos and videos, with any excess being deleted from February 2019. The limit is a steep reduction from the previous allowance of 1TB per user, about 200,000-500,000 photos each.

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How Facebook’s Chaotic Push Into Video Cost Hundreds of Journalists Their Jobs

As media companies tried to divine the desires of the world’s biggest platform, they fired writers and lost their way. Facebook egregiously overstated the success of videos posted to its social network for years, exaggerating the time spent watching them by as much as 900 percent, a new legal filing claims. Citing 80,000 pages of internal Facebook documents, aggrieved advertisers further allege that the company knew about the problem for at least a year and did nothing.

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An In-Depth Look at the New Update to Photoshop’s Content Aware Fill

Content Aware Fill is easily one of Photoshop's most powerful tools. Adobe has updated it to be even more powerful, so Photoshop Cafe's Colin Smith has just created a helpful video to help you maximize the new features. You draw a loop, click a button, and boom; that attention seeking twig that's poking out from the side of the frame is gone.